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Fibre boosts pay-TV subs in Portugal to 3.7m

The number of pay-TV subscribers in Portugal reached 3.7 million in the first quarter of 2017, a growth of 135,000 subscribers (3.8 per cent) year-on-year. According to the National Communications…

Cable Europe pushes back on Polish licence collection rules

Cable Europe has expressed its concern about the actions taken by Poland’s government concerning the regulations aimed at improving the collection of radio and television licence fees. In the opinion…

Australia: nbn DOCSIS 3.1 trials hit 1Gbps

Australia: nbn DOCSIS 3.1 trials hit 1Gbps

Gigabit speeds are around the corner for eligible homes and businesses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and the Gold Coast. The news comes as a result of Australia’s national…

Huawei network solution boost for 4K

ICT specialist Huawei has released its 4K video network solution for multiple system operators (MSOs), at ANGA COM 2017 in Cologne, demonstrating 4K video, 4K multi-screen TV, and converged video…

Stofa set for ‘biggest-ever’ transformation project

Responding to competitive challenges, Danish TV and Internet service provider Stofa is to undertake what CEO Ole Fruekilde describes as it biggest-ever project centring on a full technology migration across…

Research: Superfast broadband investment boost for Europe

Investment in digital infrastructure by the world’s largest international TV and broadband company is delivering transformative benefits to European consumers and businesses, according to economist firm Oxera Consulting. The company’s…

ANGA chief calls for gigabit policy

ANGA chief calls for gigabit policy

Thomas Braun, President, ANGA Association of German Cable Operators, has called on German politicians to adopt a policy supporting gigabit speed networks. In at opening address an ANGA COM in…

MoCA Access set for mid-June availability 

Leveraging its inherent strengths in high performance and high reliability, the Multimedia over Coax Alliance is set to introduce MoCA Access; a new broadband access specification based on the MoCA…

Tele Columbus, M7 extend pay-TV cooperation

Tele Columbus Group, the third largest German cable network operator, and M7 Group, the European IP based TV platform, have extended their longstanding cooperation for the contribution of German and…

‘Infinite Broadband’ Remote PHY from Cisco

‘Infinite Broadband’ Remote PHY from Cisco

Noting that today’s cable hybrid fibre coax (HFC) plant has grown from primarily a residential video network to a wireline aggregation network for all types of access markets, including small-medium…